Ettore Sottsass 

Ettore Sottsass

No other designer has influenced the world of international design postwar like Ettore Sottsass Jr. He made design history before launching the company 'Memphis' he founded with Barbara Radice, Ernesto Gismondi and a number of international designers. He left his company in 1985 to explore new ways and others in 1958, when he beg...

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  • Marble Console Table made by Ettore Sottsass, Sottsass Associati Custom designed for Max Palevsky's Malibu Home, 1984, Italy. Illustrated: ThreeCaliforniaHouses: The Homes of Max Palevsky, Betsky, Rizzoli, 2002, Page 72. Size: Height: 69,8 cm, length: 1m83, depth: 34,9 cm.

  • Set of seven coffee tables Ettore Sottsass, White lacquered wood for the decoration of the Schubert Gallery in Milan, Certificate of authenticity from the gallery Schubert, Circa 1970, Italy. Height: 45 cm, length 148 cm, width: 120 cm.

  • Ettore Sottsass, Naomi bookcase, wood lacquered, limited edition, Meccani manufacturer, circa 1984, Italy. Measures: Height 2m25, width 2m15, depth 65 cm.